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Book Review: Modern Poker Theory

Almost immediately upon its release, Michael Acevedo’s Modern Poker Theory, published by D&B Poker, was hailed as a groundbreaking book. Thought by many to be the preeminent guide to Game Theory Optimal (GTO) strategy, it became — and remains — a bestseller in the poker niche.

While it was published in late summer 2019, this article by Shannon Mack represents the first-ever review of the uber popular strategy book.

Book Review: Fossilman’s Winning Tournament Strategies

Greg Raymer’s win at the 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event wasn’t a fluke. He’s got three decades of experience as a poker professional and regularly puts all that knowledge to work at the felt.

Now, you can gain insight into what makes a poker player a champion and learn some of Raymer’s secrets from his book Fossilman’s Winning Tournament Strategies, published by D&B Poker. Here’s our review.

Poker Book Review: From Vietnam to Vegas

If you were among the legions of people who watched Qui Nguyen win the 2016 WSOP Main Event, you might’ve thought you were witnessing a “madman.” Yet, there was obviously a method to that “madness.” Along with AdvancedPokerTraining.com’s Steve Blay, Qui has written a book that provides in-depth explanations and analyses of his play at the Final Table.

That, along with Qui’s amazing personal story, makes From Vietnam to Vegas not just a page-turner, but simply just a fascinating and fantastic read! Enjoy our review.

Poker Book Review: 50 Mental Biases That Cost You Money at the Poker Table

Roland Jones, a Bankruptcy Attorney, decided to write a book about how to increase your poker bankroll called 50 Mental Biases That Cost You Money at the Poker Table. This is our review of the 178-page book.

In a nutshell, there’s a lot to learn from Jones’ unique perspective and very well-researched examples of biases. We’re pretty positive that after reading what we have to say about the book, you’ll be placing it in your shopping cart right away!